Located near Q2 Stadium, the brewery serves hordes of Austin FC fans before and after games

The Oskar Blues Brewery is about a 15-minute walk from the stadium, making it a popular place to party before and after games.

AUSTIN, Texas — Austin FC’s game on Sunday was intense to say the least. There were people screaming, jumping and screaming. With all the excitement, some may have partied a little harder than intended.

“We’re going to celebrate but I have to try to get my voice back,” said Alex Camacho.

While it’s no fun struggling to talk, some fans say it’s worth it for an Austin FC game.

“The entire fan section, we just got louder for doing this,” added Camacho. “The boys showed up today.”

“I love it,” added Blair Barnett, another Austin FC fan. “That’s what it’s about. It was a tough game. We went down but we made it.”

Everyone has their own way of celebrating victory on Sunday. Many made their way Oskar Blues Brewerya place right by the Q2 stadium.

“We had everyone show up early, including the bartenders,” said Scott Rives, a bartender at the brewery. “We knew it was going to be one of those days. Lots of crazy Austin FC fans ready for their first playoff game.”

Rives said Austin FC home game weekends are among their busiest for them. People walk before and after the game because it’s close to the stadium.

“It’s definitely a good place to park before the game, stuff yourself with beers and then rush to the game,” Rives said.

Brewery staff know that football fans get carried away by the excitement and excitement of the game. They keep in mind that people might drink too much from excitement and not be able to drive home. So the brewery leaves the parking lot open for people to access throughout the night.

“People can rest assured that their cars are safe here, at least until the next day,” he said.

The next week will be very busy for them again because Verde and Schwarz have another big game. In the meantime, they’ll keep partying while history is made.

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https://www.kvue.com/article/sports/soccer/austin-fc/austin-brewery-q2-stadium-parking-lot-austin-beers-drive/269-85b2b6e7-4ad4-45fd-86fc-94a520d77e86 Located near Q2 Stadium, the brewery serves hordes of Austin FC fans before and after games

Laura Coffey

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